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THE OREGON MIST.
niwcnii'Ttox. $. ver year,
St. JlKt-KSH, Decrmbkr 18, 18iU,
OVR FOOD FISH INDUSTRY, 't
The Annual report of Mia state fish
(ommiesionurs fnrn'sh statistics that
lire highly gratifying and encouraging
to the people of the Pacific coast, and
particularly Oregon and the lower Co
lumbia district, (speaking ol the prof
ligation of fisli, the report says : "W
till hitre as much faith in it a ever,
ajl believe it U the only salvation for
supply of good fiali in the state for
the years to cotw.M
The value of lmon and other fish
consumed locally ami shipped East
frvsh during the year, was; Salmon
1397,535, sturgeon f 143,525, ravair of
ttiivoon $3000, shad $j000, trout
14000, smelt I12.C00, carp $1500, cat
tish f500, tonicod $500, sardines $400,
'oysters $3750, clam $10o0, fish oil
, $iW0, feriilix.r$600; total, $5S3,660.
The value of fishing apparatus em
jilored in the service was $214,600, and
1373 men were enguged in taking fish.
The thirty-six Canneries on the several
rivers and bars employed 1213 men
during the season. The buildings and
machinery of of these canneries are
valued at $230,000. A tatal of 2590
Mien were employed at canneries and
fishing during the reason, the wages
Miiiounling to $C34,720.
Salmon packed in tins during the
year was as follows:
Columbia river .. 11,786.400
Nelialem , UK,')
Tiliatuook bay... KI.Hti
Mualaw river ... lrtx.000
fuqvlille ............... 1!-J,()
Kogue river I.OUtf.WO
Total. .L!WMa I,3RU
. The number of case was SBl.tuO.
That the salmon industry of Oregon
is a prime factor in . the commerce of
the state, in fact only second among
Q other industries, and that Oregon
leads the Pacific coast, except Alaska.
in this source of wealth, is shown by
the following tabulated report by the
atate fish commission J
Thk total Mnt'ution of Columbia
county, aeoorditie to the census of
1800, is 6101 against 2042 in 1S80. The
ratio of increase in this county fur
coed that of many ether counties of
I ho slate, including Clattop, And in
the part year. our ipultion has in
creased a great deal taster than during
iiny previous year.
Til victory of the citisens' ticket in
the city of Astoria last week was a
Waterloo to the "swill town ring of
that city. Every man on the citizens'
ticket was elected by Rbout two to one,
and iu some cases even larger majori
ties. This ws a straight up light be
tween morality and degradation, and,
for a wonder, in Astoria, th moral
element was successful.
Wailiinfrton . .
........ t9,mfioa sa,i,ioo
It will be remembered that Colum
bia and Clatsop counties produce the
larger part of this wealth, as the prin
cipal fisheries of the Colombia in Ore
gon are located in these two counties.
Second in point oi wealth on the
coast is the lumber industry, in which
-Columbia county is also a large pro---lucer,
having yet hundreds of thou
sands of acres of the Very finest timber
ia the known world. Our lumber in
dustry is yet in its infancy, but the
day ia sot far distant when it will out
rank all other commodities of export
from Oregon, not even excepting the
wheat product of the Inland Empire.
lion. Joseph Simon, of Portland, has
received the endorsement of the Ore
gon deligatton for the vacant circuit
judgeship, and it is very probable he
will receive - the appointment. We
presume he possesses the necessary
qualification and ability, although
aiuce his admission to the bar his repu
tation has been that of an office lawyer,
and be has rarely appeared in the argu
ment of cases before the courts; but
for several yean past be has been
known in this state as a politician, and
one of the most unscrupulous sort, and
we do not believe in elevating such
men to the judiciary. The legislative
a ad executive functions of government
are now controlled by partisans, but
we aboukt bold the judicialupon
whose decisions the rights of every
citisen are dependent free from all
extraneous interests. For this reason,
although a life-long republican, we
cannot endorse Hon. Joseph Simon as
the proper person for the vacant judge
, Tux Oregon delegation has endorsed
8imon for the Federal judgeship nl
the recommendation seconded by Gov
ernor Pennoyer and Jim Lotan and
many prominent republicans of this
state. We don't care if it is. The ap
pointment would be as much of an in
sult in its way to every clean republican
in the state as would the nomination of
David B. Hill to the presidency to
every clean democrat in the nation.
The only conceivable reason why Pen
noyer and Lotan should recommend
Simon for the position ia that if Simon
is appointed, the dispatches say, he
will remove to California, and Oregon
will get rid ot him. No, no, the coun
try doe not want Federal judges
whose chief qualification is that tliey
are smart and unscrupulous political
bosses, but Oregon would be perfectly
reconciled if 8imoa should go to Cal
ifornia or-Canada. The Dalles Chron
The news comes from Washington
that a strong opposition has been or
gattissd against the appointment
of Joseph Simon as circuit judge, and
that bis chances are rapidly growing
less. We are glad to state that Mr.
Bisnon cannot domineer over the pol
iticians of the reel of the Pacific coast;
for if he eould his appointment would
be certain. It is now claimed that
Senator Allen of Washington is the
most likely to be honored by the ap
Mix Louise Popp has returned from
her friends in Washington and is es
tablished again at the Central hotel.
Enough logs were turned loose last
Saturday to till the Cltkanie for a
few hours as they floated past our vil
luge to bo caught and rafted down in
Beaver where the work could be done
without impeding navigation. They
belonged to Norman Merrill and
was the logs he was enabled to get
down from Dan Rice's place during the
receut high water. A force of men
were following along the banks. We
notice that Harvey Brown has a raft
of excellent looking log lying in
Beaver rjady for delivery to purvhai
era in Portland.
While down slong the prune your
correspondent noticed that Peter Mali
son new bouse was about completed
and occupied by his family, and is
very creditable looking building,
equaling any that are built along the
river, though it lacks paiut to make it
One evening last week a little sport
was arranged iu the shape ol a race
between a man on foot and a horse
man, to run fifty yards. , While it was
done on the quiet, yet a number of
persons got wind of what was going on
and were on hand not caring for the
rain that was falling to witness the
race. A grassy place was selected and
the distance measured off when the
contestants took their positions facing
the opposite direction from what they
were to ran. When the signal was
given, the man, in making a quick
turn, fell down but quickly gathering
himself, started, only to slip and fall
again in a short time, the second fall
inducing him to give up the race. The
horse, in the meantime, get off in good
shape and won the race. The small
crowd present were considerably
amused but sorry that Harvey fell, as
it was pretty generally believed that
be would have been the wiuner.
F. C. Gates and family took them
selves and their household effects to
Mist on Saturday, where Fred will
take charge of Frank Merrill's store.
E. D. Tichenor left us on Friday
night for San Diego, Cal., to try the
effects of a more balmy climate for the
relief of a throat difficulty. He will
probably spend the winter in Califor
nia, and if he finds the conditions
favorable, may conclude to make bis
home in that country.
Charley McDonald, of Marshland,
was unfortunate enough to cut his
foot very badly with an ax on Monday,
and, concluding the wound needed
some better attendance than he could
give, sent for Dr. Hall, who reports a
very deep cut across the top of the
foot, severing two of the tendons of tho
middle tees. Charlie will be laid aside
for several days. . . . ,
Watson Elliott, of Marshland, Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Tingle, of Lower
Beaver, and Mr. J. Freeman from the
mouth of Deep creek in Nehalem val
ley, were visitors on Monday.
Another wedding- took place on
Lower Beaver last Sunday at 3 p. m.
Miss Myrtie, only daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Tingle, and Harold 8y
verson, of the firm of Sy verson Bros.,
being the interested and contracting
parties. Promptly at the hour desig
nated the bride entered the room lean
ing upon the arm of bar father, pre
ceded by the two maids of honor,
while from another entrance the
groom, accompanied by his best man,!
met the bride in front of the minister j
under a wreath of smilax and in a short j
time the wtrJ were ottered which j
made the two man and wife. After
I Boots, Shoes,
Ladles' Dress Goods,
Queonsware. Furnishing Goods,
LUMBER, SHINGLES, ETC.
Produce Taken In Exchange.
It Will Pay You to Consult Our Prices.
RAINIER, - . OREGON.
congratulation the party proceeded j not to be blamed for allowing us to
to the diiiinir-room where bountiful imahoi: we seulnettv officer, twice to
and toothsome refreshments were pur
taken of. A!t r an hour or two inaociul
conversation the guests dispersed and
the happy couple were left to them
selves. Next morning they started by
steamer for Portland. The strain of
the wedding march and the bride's
trousseau are omitted in the above ac
count, from the fact that your reporter
was not pit sent and may be a little in
accurate so far. It i supposed the
above description is about correct, and
it is given accordingly.
A slow and solemn looking proces
sion of seven yoke of oxen hitched to a
sled took out to the summit Friday,
household goods, some supplies for
housekeeping, and Mr. and Mrs. . H.
Lane, who make their first venture in
housekeeping on Mr. Lane's claim
near the new location of Himpel's mill.
They depart for their rural home ac
companied by the best wishes of their
Ed Page Is arratiarinx to move into
the Glenn house in town. So. while
one family leave the village, another
come to take the place.
A VICTIM'S 8TOKY.
How the Baltimore's Sailor Were
Treated la Valparaiso.
the ma e asking him for liberty, betid s
the caterers of the mm had beeil gi
ing.to market daily fur months and
none of then were mol.stcd. Robbery
was the object of the rob, and when
they failed in getting our money they
did uot hesitate to murder.
The attack on the sailor of the
United States cruiser Baltimore, i
Valparaiao, ia thus discrihed in a ktter
to the Sun by one ot the Baltimore's
men : "thi t riday, October 16, Captain
Schley gave about fifty of our men
liberty to go ashore for lweuty-fv.r
hours. He had previously been assured
by the intendente that our men would
be protected by the police in toae of
any trouble. America heard of several
of our men being brutally butchered.
Every one of the injured men who
were stabbed were struck in the back
by the coward. O. W. Kiggan, of
Philitdvlphia, and J. W. Talbot were
chased by the mob ttutiTl as a last re
sort they sought sufeiy in a paaing
street car. The mob stopped the car
and dragged theae two men into the
street. Talbot ; managed to escape
with two serious knife cuts, one iu the
back of the neck and the other in the
back. Biggan was brutally hacked to
pieces while lying on the ground.
Dcrry Johuson being told by citixeus
that one of his shipmates was being
murdeied, he went to Biggsn'a assis
tance, picked him up in hi arm and
was earring him to a place oi safety
when he was fired npon by the police.
He had a miraculous escape, a b ill
passing acioss hU chest, through the
oversh'rt, underebirt and kerchief, and
striking Riggan in the neck, killing him
instantly while in Johnson's arms. The
other men were fatally wwnoded bv
knive. The carpenters, malo, J.
Hamilton, William Turnbn'I, a fire
man and twenty others were injured
before the policemen pat tliem in jail,
as they said, for safe keeping. All
foreigners ashore are indignant ever
the way our men were treated, bnt
they are afraid to express themselves
fur they well know bow the authorities
would turn on them. The crew of the
Baltimore, through the Son, want to
express the gratitude of the crew of
this ship to Captain Schley who
proved that he loved us by his kindness
to us while in the hospital, and also
by hi promptness in demanding1 our
release, w bat we mean by gratitude
is that any of us would gladly risk our
lives to serve lum. Our officers were
all good to us, and worked night and
day antill we were all once more safe
on board our ship. Captain Schley is
Stewart Creek kodsje.
Editor Mist s Please grant me the
privilege t replying to "Jfum-fkuir
on behalf of our I. O. (J. T. lodge.
Oh I you num-skulll in your motion
to discontinue the lodge, Wt me ans
wer It for you as a member in good
standing. Is your alliance a pleasant
piac iu got w it a Deneiitiu a com
munity ; and if so, cannot there be two
benefit. W are nut selfish. Go ami
enjoy yourself, but never ask to dis
continue good and noble an organ!
aaiion an I. O. G. T. lodiw.
Why hare you changed your night
of meeting from Wednesday until
Saturday! We honor your efforts of
amusements, but you should also
honor and respect, give your attend'
ance to, and even attend. Talk it to
your neighbors of the good it is doing.
oise it up above all other principles
as an emblem of ftith and a mark of
pare manhood. We are proud to be
long to the brave Good Temnlar.
We like to read your items and hope
yon will not be called away from us
oon again. We wish you sure in
your writing and your meet ins: we
clso have very ploasant lodu and
will give "Xun:-SkulPn invitation to
call in and let us initiate him.
M,ij( mLM a Tt k f J H -V1' A.lS-E2!2IJi!,,5
14 6 "FIRST STIIISKT I-IO
UNDER THK OILMAN HOUSE,
t prepared to oftflf their Iti'iiowosd All- Wuol flnnd at !rl Ksdueihm
irii.tr prWs, In coiitimi on Kith our AH ol Clothing from th
Woolen Mill we liave nvrured from th nittsl pMuliU'iil b Mna and
At $ 8 50
SVyKKsiOX-TJNiiLK. At th re-Mlrntc
oi Hie unite s parei;f, f Luwrr Ut-avr
Sunday, Iirrrmtwr 13. Mr. Humid Sy v r
von and Mus MvrlieTiiHtle.
COSNKLU-SVVAGEK.-ln K.-t Port!snd
on Ttmnxhiv. lMvtnher 10, Mr. W. V.
vvm'yii Tl Mn MI'f fWgyy.
, Fori (tin Mill, oil ih ImW DU;ii4,
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raaey Chsvlirt Sulla
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Lai No. SO 10.
tlrown Cheviot Hull, ..,
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Lot No. U030.
Drown stritl Vtnnum Huh
ni.cS Puurnnat lulu .
Ithtrk Cnrkn'rovr Huila.
Ilaavv Mil Mellon Hull
Hart Clwk l'..liur. Rtilia
rnrt win. .! won.nl
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him tlwrk OMlraar .all.
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Wo warrant nil our gum), n. lluiirst und
At is r.o
At 14 00
t.nl No, fOltO.
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Illut Wl.lr Unit Hun.
Iimwit Mi'ltuu Suit.
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llK.vy tllu Pk'nullllv uili.
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alHi.'X anlta. ...
lialil waratwl, uvKt itra
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silk MU WtiJ aitiia,
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in Wuiatcit HrB,.....
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I iu all t'htik Vturatwl wilta.
t'ialil Hnnva M.ll.D anil. .....
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I.el Ne. SOUO.
bark Onty i eluur En, faaal-
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Hlrllit Slri WurrttM aulta;
KxiraQilnSIl) I'o kwr.waulls
Let kih t0t.
XXXXr.lour Illark Ch.vlot
fnua lltav WM Walaaulu
faiiry airiiH Wmtl Mill,
At $16 00
At 17 50
At IS 00
At 20 00
llf.vy WhlB find Bulla
fclark i'l.lil ViuraUtt, U.ia
ItmriiiiK Uoiie Hlrl WiiNtaii
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J. M. MOYER & CO.,
FIUST STREET. CORNER ALDER, PORTLAND.
H I KICT1..Y IJnr I'HICK. 10 Illfi VIATIONT.
Portland Seed Co.,
(F. W. MILLER, Mgr..)
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies.
Spraying Apparatus and
Supplies, Etc., Etc.
171 rWniul Bt, l'tirlland, Oregon.
Henil for Catalogue, iiuvSU ttm
Tim ST K AM KM
1IIA1 T. At Vi-t on Monday. Urremlwr
It, t th arifn of W. J. limit, a Mm.
TV. dtalre lo ay to ear eUiwna, that for Jn
we hare bttn aelll( Dr. King Saw Dlarmtrf
for Ccoauinption, I)r, Ktiuc'a Nw U(. ItlU.
Bueklen'. Ami dalv.anct Klcrtrie Kitten, aud
hav never handlwt reaeU'ea I bat Mil aa w.ll,
or that bar fjiveq auch unlreraal amlabictlon.
e (t not bului to suarantM than arery
Urns, and w. at and ready la nlund th purehaa
price. 11 nUaJaclory malt, do sot follow their
am. Tbca remetllaa bar won Uielr irraal pop.
ulaltr aa Uuilr merit. Kdwln Kom, l)ni)rf UL
Horkleoiw araic. Salvo.
Th Beat Salv la the wwrld lor Cut. Brul we,
Rores, t'lem. Salt Rheum. reverSor, Tetter.
Chapped Handa. Cbtlblalaa, Coraa aad .11 Hkla
Emptlona, and poalUr.lv care. Files, or a pay
required. It I. guaranteed to glv. perfect ml.
faction, or money refunded. Price t rrhU pet
bos. For Sale lit Edarl lUiaa.
Does it Contain Ammonia ?
The charge is being made that the Royal Baking
Powder contains ammonia. We would have supposed that
the emphatic condemnation of ammonia baking powders
by the most eminent physicians throughout the land, and
the fact of the three leading chemists of Minnesota mak
ing their report to the Senate Committee recently showing
that bread baked with the "Royal" contained ammonia
and the hostility now being manifested by the public
against all ammonia and alum baking powders would have
driven them permanently from the market.
In view of the fact that Baking Powder has become
an indispensable article in every kitchen, it is gratifying
to know that there are brands in the market to which no
suspicion of any kind has ever attached. Dr. Price's.
Cream Baking Powder is a pure cream of tartar powder
free from every taint of ammonia, alum or other harmful
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is re
ported by all authorities as free from Ammonia,
Alum, or any other adulterant. In fact, the
purity of this ideal powder has never been que
All porson Indebted to me will kindle
call and settle up, .a I am anxion to bal
ance my book.. Unsettled, arroaiit. will
be plwea in th h.mU of collector Jan
uary let. JH AKKi K. CXI it, 31. D.
THE RETAIL MERCHANT in the necemry
Medium of Trade between (lie Mnnufucturor
and the Consumer, lie imwt protect the interest
of his cuntomer by purchasing in the lowest and
and best markets, and by wiling to his patron
at the Lowest Postiiblu Prices. .
PROPRlETOa OF THE OLD ST. HELENS STORE,
In keeping thete true principles of trade aUvnya in
view ; often leaves the old track and strikes "across
lots' for Ilargains for bin customers. Ills stock of
Is being enlarged by New Goods Every Day,
It I not mneniiil to nam th many different srtlrlrs kept
on sale, -i t from Ury ln,Ma, l-.thinsr. hulirV Wrar (i.uilriiieii'a
Wear, Ki-atl M'ear. s'ikM Wear, Hunr and r"rtl. (IriHer ea aud t'.n
ucil iliHidi, Nnllaand Hardware, Cnvkirv and tllawr. ttraiiit
and I In ware, I'uHiUr and bliot, Hat. and Cap, lloov, aud Shwe.,
I'Utnl tli Inra, 't'oilH Artkle. rle.
STATE OF OltKOOJf. IM
Cmintv of Columbia, f
By virtue of an execution tanned ont of
th County Court of the titale uf Oregoa, to
me directed. In l.vt.r of Kverdins Karrell
ami airainai j. w. Bevia. jr., and John W.
Bevia, for the .una of SH.l M), jiidmeut,
with Intereat from the 4 1 b day of November,
Wil. at S per cent, per year, and the further
aunt of f 19 00 coU and aoernin roata; I
did, on the 13th day of November. ItHil,
dulv levy upon all th esUte. rl(ht, Utl
snd intereat of th above named detendauta,
i. W. BevU, tr ami John W. llevla, in ami
to the falk)Winr-decrilMr1 real property, to
wit: That portion of Hunter. l)im.tlon
Land Claim lying neat of Deer I aland
Ul...l. Imm A4. 1 1I 1.1.. .
V". . .. j aim mi.. u. u ip
and 2, containina; 2S7 .ere, mora or
leas, together with all the hereditaments
and appoitenancea thereunto belonging or
in any arise appertaining, now in purail
ance of .aid execution. I will, on the 10th
day af linTenilwr. 1WI, at th hour of 10
ovine A. M., at th Courthouse door in
aid roitnty and tate, sell tlie ahoviMlea-
cribed iulereata of aaid defendant, in snd to
aid rral property at public auction to th
higbut Didder for caali. or ro much
thereof as will sstiify said execution, lu
terrst. and coata. W. A. MKEK Kit,
Slieriffof Columbia County, Orevon. "
Dated Noremlier 13, 1W1. naMI
Notice to Creditor.
Kotlr I berehr riven that th under.
signed, Mary Braim. ha been dulv an
jiinten anminuitratnx of th eat.teol W il
iiara K Hr.im. dereaxed. by the countv
court of the .tat of Oreeon for Columbia
county, and that letters have been duly is
sued to iter, ail neraons saving claim
sg.int said deceaaed are hereby required
( preaent them with the necetwary vqucliers
wltldn six months from the date hereof to
the said adminUtratrix at her bonis near
Sc.npooM, Columbia county, Oregon
Administratrix uf the eat.le of William
U. rtrairu, decraaed. dllJS
Dated lire. 10, 1W91.
KOTICR H rVaaLICATlOI.
Land OOleeat OreemCltr. Oretoa. Dm. I. IStI
Notice la hereby alven thai the followln
named wttier una filed notle af biaititantioa la
we flnl proof in auppurt of lila eUlm, and
inav aun prom win d awn neior ia i-ounljr
Clerk of ('olumblaeount. at Su llalaua. Oreuon.
on januarj ae, ivz, vtt:
ffomeated eatrv No. SAS. for liar Vt of aee. 4.
tp t a, r 2 wart. He name th. following wit
aeaaeato prove hi. contfnnon. realdenc upon.
nwi cuiiitmhih wnv .,, v. i. n.
M.raka, rank H.Torapktaa, Juiloa Zlaamana
and Alexander T.Creecy; all ef Scaniwoae, Co
lumbia county, Orogoa. I. T. APl'y.wN.
aili , , e-egiater.
THE PORTLAND JEWELER.
IMrORTttt AND PftALER IN
Waters, Jeweienr, snd Optical Goods.
Fine T7atcli and Jowelrv Hepaltintr
Orders from the Country Solicited,
165 First Street Between Morrison and Yamhill. Portland, Or.
tand OIHe at Orccon City, Oregon Dee. 1, 1SSL
Notice la herfthv eiven ihi th followln.
aaid ettlr ka Sled notle Of SI. intention
In m.k nit.l prufff In aupport of hlaelalm, end
that aaid nmof will b mini bafor the eonatr
clerk ol Columbia eonnly, St Ml Ueleu, Oregon,
on January vt. vn via:
CHAkf-KS O. CtABK,
flnnend enirr Mo. SS09, for the sw U f c
'Alpln.rl am. He nam, th tuliawtng
witneaaea to prove hi eontliiuou. realdeme
hmii mnA enlllv.llnn id. llAld land. via. K.
Ciiuhnan. P. Hlahop, O. (!. aminlali and U. R.
rtmn: .11 of Keulitn V. (., IMmnhla county.
Oregon. 4lljli i. T. AI'i'l'.flN, Kefl.lar. .
Dealers in all Kinds of
Faints. Oils, Glassware, Boots and
Shoes, Hats and Caps. .
Dry Goods and Groceries,
FEED AND HAY.
General :-: Merchandise.
OT. HELENS, OREGON.
t. now making regular round
. tili. frum
OAK POINT TO PORTUNO
Daily Except Wednesdays,
Uvtd OAk POI.HT 1A. M.
HTKI.I.A , r,;uo
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, " KaL.MA . ...... ,H
' ST. IIKI.KNH H:ta
AsaiviNolOKTUMR .llag "
U.vr rnirTUXli... ...... ,,.tn r. it,
W. E. NEWSOM.
Thr will b sold at il.vgrr, Oregon, of.
December 19, at 2 P. .M
rtevvuty Mh. re. of Hi Capital MMk ol lb
Green Creei Lcmbericg tel
Of Ma) Iter, Oregon, 111 per rent, f wlk h.
ia l aid 1111. Thea .hare i,l .l.l I,. .i.
(aa t ofyuiiil of an aaMaametu of IV per
urul. sow tin.
G. C. L & M. Cu,
II. MENDERS0.V, Sec.
C. R, HART,
St. Helens Afeat lfarket
Freeh and faltrd
aud Vi'gi inlilea
Meat. Panaage, fMK
Meal, by wbolr-al stspevUI rali
Kprm wagon run to alt rairh ol Iowa,
and charge iniiuII.
THE MODEL SALOON,
J. 9, tl.OMXGKR, PwpV,
ST. HELKJtiJ, , . . ORECO.y,
limit and Cigars. Beer 5 Cts,
Ballard and Pool WMt
for Cbt pommo(3ion of 5afe-oas,
a-aBB " '
Do You Drink?
OF COURSE YOU DO,
1 O 1 1,
SKl'II MtlNO THK CAftK, It beliMve
yi' to find th roit drwirald lae ia '
pimhaa voiir invlgnratar."
Keep, eonataiitly n hand III f.iaoa.
Cuban Blossom Cigars,
To flni t llo of Win. I loiiur and
Llg.ra hi It found i III .ids of Port
land. Aud If you wi.h Ut
tXKsto gsaie of
POOL OR BILLIARDS,
They ran s;.ur. yon that titer bar the
beat table in town. Kwrytlitug saw and
iollellid pairon.ge i. ravpr.uuiijr
ft. Helens, Orrgon.
a-. VIII l IHJ
iraiKut iwiawnuwiiti Uor to r
uuuita rtviems, rvu. i rsute
CABINETS $2.50 PER DOZEN.
CARDS, 12.00 FEB DOZEN.
107 and 180, Firs. Street, Portland Or.